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Erika Coplon has counseled hundreds of students through the college admissions process. She recently served as the Academic and College Counselor at a private high school in the San Francisco Bay Area and has been an application reviewer at U.C. Berkeley for ten years. Erika is skilled in helping students from diverse achievement levels create their most compelling and powerful admissions package. She has helped students gain admittance at a number of top institutions, including Stanford, Reed, Yale, University of Chicago, Vassar, U.C. Berkeley, Occidental, MIT and many others.
When not coaching students or spending time with her family, Erika can be found running, camping or cooking.
Maria Stutsman y Marquez
Maria Stutsman y Marquez earned her undergraduate degree from Dartmouth College, where she then became the assistant coach for the college's NCAA Division I Women's Volleyball team.� In this role, Maria was able to work with students one-on-one and through group training to identify individual/team goals and refine a process for achievement.� Her love for coaching students towards success was fostered in this environment.� In addition, the collegiate athletics recruitment process required healthy collaboration with the Dartmouth Admissions Office to ensure students were matched for success in both the athletics and academic programs.
Maria's passion for coaching led her to join InsideTrack in 2005, where she has coached hundreds of students through the college selection process.� Maria's students have attended a range of institutions including Stanford, Columbia, and UC Berkeley, lending her a strong understanding of top colleges and their admissions systems.�
In addition to her undergraduate work, Maria also completed a Masters of Science in Organizational Development at the University of Hartford, where she continued to coach and lead the NCAA Division I Women's Volleyball team. �When not coaching students, Maria can be found playing her favorite sport � volleyball!
Dan has coached hundreds of students through their college selection process during his time with InsideTrack, helping them understand the application system, learn about programs of interest, and ultimately choose the best school for them. Prior to InsideTrack, Dan earned a Bachelor and Master degree from the University of Notre Dame, after which he went on to gain a wealth of experience working with students as a science teacher, graduate-level education instructor, and an administrator at the University of Portland's School of Education. While at the University of Portland, Dan was responsible for recruiting, interviewing and placing students into the Graduate School of Education, an experience that now provides his students with unique insight into the college application process.
In addition to Dan's undergraduate and graduate work at Notre Dame, he also studied and lectured as a Teaching Fellow at St. Patrick's College in Dublin, Ireland. When not coaching students, Dan can be found fly-fishing and enjoying the great outdoors.
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